Definitions of "prize"
  1. Assets such as a vessel obtained legally during an armed conflict
  2. The acquisition of a vessel and its load while engaged in warfare at sea
How to use "prize" in a sentence
  1. The naval commander seized the enemy's goods as a prize during the battle.
  2. After a successful maritime battle, the victorious nation claimed the defeated side's ship and its cargo as a prize.
  3. The captured vessel was considered a legal prize under international law of war.

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